"I don't think this should be called a diss track. It's an embarrassment is what it is, Funkmaster Flex is going to ruin his career and Drake deserves it. You know it's bad when Meek Mills of all people is pointing out that the lyrics…"
"I'm floored. I clicked to see some footage of North Korea (since you can rarely see any) and laugh at how bad they were at rapping and...both of 'em can spit!
I can't believe it, but seriously both of them can spit and the beat is…"
"People pay money to go to shows when they're digging the music that the artist is putting out lately. Be honest with yourself, are you really listening to Yeezus lately? It's a completely self-indulgent "i'm the s***" record…"
"SMH... Hip-hop will be a better place when Wayne quits. I know lots of folks like him, but seriously... tell me the genre wouldn't be better off without Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj. He says so much ignorant, irresponsible ish it's…"
"This is the first single she's put out since Gucci Gucci that really captures what she did then that was interesting. The video is just straight up sick. As for the track, let's be honest... it's definitely bubblegum rap but it's…"
"Track 5 is the ish. So good to have you back Fif. Haven't heard music this hot from you since Elephant in the Sand (people may think I'm crazy but that ish was FIRE). Can't wait for the new album to drop in Nov. Happy Birthday."
"Seriously Wayne... Pusha got bars for days. Bummer that none of your fans can like Clipse anymore, but whatever. If I have to pick between liking Clipse or Wayne/Drake/Minaj, guess who I pick? Not you."
"Good for Wayne that he thinks he can do this s***, but... this wasn't even a real diss. Get over yourself man. And seriously if I have to pick between Clipse and Wayne/Drake/Minaj guess who I choose. Trust me, I tried to like Wayne, tried to…"
"If Jay wants to talk about album sales, fine... but can we talk about why the albums are selling? People are buying BP3 for two reasons - Empire State of Mind and Run This Town. Why? Because Alicia and Rihanna killed it on those tracks. Name one…"
"That album came out in late 1982... I have an early memory of watching the Thriller video with a crowd of kids sitting on the floor at a K-Mart in 1984! They were playing that s*** like it was a movie with popcorn nearly 2 years later. That says…"